April has seen the launch of SQL Server 2012, the latest version of the powerful RDBMS. It has many new features that enhance performance, TCO, manageability and availability. However, SQL Server 2012, along with SharePoint 2010, also provides another step forward in addressing the concerns of Information Management, the practice of treating an organisation’s information and data as a corporate asset.
It also brings the new self-service visualisation and reporting tool, Power View, to help gain new insights with data and to aid communication of those insights.
If you want to find out more about Information Management and how SQL Server 2012 can help you treat information as a corporate asset, we are presenting a free webinar on 27th April, and you are welcome to join us. For more information, and to register, follow this link.